For most teams who consider themselves Stanley Cup contenders a 3-game winning streak is hardly cause for celebration.
But the way this season has gone so far for the bruins they’ll take it and hope this is just the beginning.
“There’s no doubt there was a pretty big low there for a while so we’ve kind of started turning things around,” Bruins coach Claude Julien said.
On the heels of three straight wins, the Bruins are finally getting some traction in breathing new life into their season.
“It’s completely different feeling around the room right now. It’s crazy what a few wins can do for a team,” Bruins left winger Brad Marchand said.
“You realize the harder you work the more the luck seems to go your way and when that happens you’re having a lot more fun,” Bruins defender Torey Krug said.
“Definitely trying to feed off the last 3 games and there is more to come and we need to make sure that we keep improving,” Bruins center Patrice Bergeron said.
The recent resurgence is giving the black and gold a boost inside locker room but on the ice nobody has had bigger impact than rookie David Pastrnak
“The fact that he’s able to come up here and produce gives him a huge boost of confidence right away and it allows him to get comfortable and that’s what you need,” Marchand said.
“He’s a young guy and he has a lot of fun playing the game.
He’s exciting to watch and he can make a lot of things happen out of nothing so we are glad to have him,” Krug said.